Both a literal interpretation and a metaphor, “Scratching the surface” is an exhibition of works by Indigenous Australian artists who work with and about the surface. Exploring traditional and innovative mark making techniques, the use of effects of surface, the surface as a subject as well as a conceptual tool, it aims at challenging preconceptions, while rediscovering traditional practices and celebrating innovations making their mark.
As part of this exhibition, Solenne Ducos-LaMotte will give two guided tours on the 5th of October from 12.30 pm to 1.30 pm and from 6.30 pm to 7.30 pm.
Solenne Ducos-Lamotte is the Director and founder of IDAIA – International Development for Australian Indigenous Art, and currently also holds a position of Board Director at the Indigenous Art Code. She was previously Head of the Aboriginal art department at Michael Reid – Caruana & Reid Fine Art in Sydney, and has been a regular lecturer, writer and curator for numerous organisations in Australia and across the globe.
Prices: $25 per person
Please note: We also take group bookings of 15 or more.WHAT: Scratching the surface: French guided visit with Solenne Ducos-Lamotte
WHEN: 05/09/2016 (12:30 pm - 6:30 pm)
WHERE: Alliance Française de Sydney
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